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to that. >>> another high profile case playing out in court. o.j. simpson spent the last five days trying to convince a judge to give him a retrial. simpson accuses his former attorney yale gallanter of mishandling his case. gallanter took the stand and refused to back down. >> the whole idea that somebody thought i was ineffective or thought i didn't have mr. simpson's best interests at heart is insulting and absurd. >> i certainly conveyed to him that we didn't know what a jury was going to do, that there were a lot of people out there that didn't like him, that he really, really ought to consider the offer. >> simpson says that gallanter gave him bad legal advice the night before he stormed a hotel room to collect his memorabilia. the judge will issue a decision in writing but it's not been said what will happen. simpson has served five years of his 9 to 33-year sentence. >>> president obama is turning his eyes away from the irs controversy to the economy this morning. in his weekly address, the president talks about his trip friday to baltimore, where he met with factory workers, youn
cleveland kidnapper, coming from his own family. >>> he wants out, o.j. simpson is going to court in hopes of getting out of the prison. >>> good day to all of you, welcome to "weekends with alex witt." let's get to what's happening out west. accusations of a cover-up are flying today as the fallout continues over the benghazi attacks. politicians are whether they edited talking points. republican congressman darrell issa defended the investigation on "meet the press." >> you're saying that administration officials are these political advisers to the president, nonpolitical appointees, bullied the cia into saying what the political advisers in the white house wanted them to say? >> david, we're not making charges. >> you just said the cia had to back down and david petraeus said what the white house wanted to say. those are very serious. >> those are not the starting talking points, the ending talking point. we are not reaching every conclusion. the fact is we want the facts, we're entitled to the facts, the american people were effectively lied to, for a period of about a month. that's im
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